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Hemangioblastoma Treatment Cost In India
A hemangioblastoma is a noncancerous (benign) tumor that develops in the brain, spinal cord, or retina’s blood vessels. It is not cancerous, but it can grow in nearby tissues. Typically, your doctor will advise you to remove hemangioblastoma surgically. It is unlikely that the tumor will grow back after it has been removed. The cost of hemangioblastoma treatment in India is lower than in the United States and Europe. Indian hospitals offer better healthcare packages, better machinery, and top specialists at a lower cost, with the assurance of excellent treatment quality for you or your loved ones. It is important…
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Procedure

What Are the Treatment Options for Hemabgioblastoma? A hemangioblastoma treatment in India will be done surgically by your healthcare team or physician. They may also employ: Surgical resection: To remove the tumor, incisions and surgical tools are used. The primary goal of the surgery is to remove as much of…
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The Most Important Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What Is the Difference Between Hemangioma and Hemangioblastoma?

A: An abnormal buildup of blood vessels in the internal organs or skin is known as hemangioma whereas hemangioblastoma is a benign, slow-growing tumor.

Q: How Rare Is a Hemangioblastoma?

A: These are uncommon tumors, accounting for 1 percent to 2.5 percent of all primary CNS tumors and approximately 7 percent of primary posterior fossa tumors in adults.

Q: Is a Hemangioma a Brain Tumor?

A: Hemangioma is a vascular brain tumor that usually develops or forms in the cerebellum, at the back of the brain. Hemangioma is a noncancerous tumor that is caused by an excess growth of blood vessels in the brain or spinal cord.

Q: What Are the Chances That I Have Another Condition That Caused a Hemangioblastoma?

A: Any person can get a hemangioblastoma. Even so, they are mostly common in young adults. A person that have a genetic condition called Von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) disease are also more likely to develop these tumors. And around 60% of patients with VHL will develop a hemangioblastoma in their eye and around 80% in their brain or spine.

Q: Can Hemangioblastoma Come Back?

A: If a part of the tumor remains it can regrow and you will continue to experience symptoms but if the entire tumor is removed, your condition would be cured.

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